Argentine President Alberto Fernández met in Sao Paulo Monday afternoon with Brazil's President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva to celebrate the latter's victory in Sunday's runoff.
Former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will return to power in Brazil for the third time after defeating incumbent head of State Jair Bolsonaro in the ballot by a very narrow margin, reflecting a huge division in the South American giant.
Argentina's Economy Ministry told Paraguayan authorities at the Binational Yacyretá Entity (EBY) that the agreement between former Presidents Horacio Cartes and Mauricio Macri will no longer be put for consideration before Congress in Buenos Aires.
Security and Interior Ministers of all Mercosur countries convened this week in Uruguay's capital to discuss the current situation in the region and pledged to improve criminal information systems among member nations, according to a document signed Wednesday.
The European Union's High Representative for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell was welcomed Tuesday by Argentine President Alberto Fernández at Casa Rosada to discuss the fate of the free trade agreement with Mercosur signed in June 2019 and still pending ratification.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou, who holds the pro-tempore presidency of Mercosur, Monday welcomed European Union (EU) High Representative Josep Borrell in Montevideo to discuss the future of the agreement between the two trade blocs.
Uruguayan President Luis Lacalle Pou criticized Argentina's recent economic measures saying they do not go with the spirit of Mercosur.
American billionaire Gilbert Butler has purchased some land he intends to hand over to the Argentine province of Entre Ríos and to the government of Uruguay for eco-tourism purposes, it was reported during the weekend.
Brazilian Deputy Eduardo Bolsonaro likened Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva to Argentine President Alberto Fernández during a trip to Buenos Aires where he met with local Liberal Congressman Javier Milei in an attempt to boost his father's reelection campaign.
Brazilian oil company Petrobras Friday announced its intention to leave Argentina and has therefore launched the sale of its stake in Posa, its local subsidiary, which holds a 33.6 % of the Río Neuquén Field.